Eminent human rights activist and Chhipa Welfare Association patron-in-chief Ramzan Chhipa while declaring the oldest area of Karachi, Liyari as the house of learning urged the students to stay focused on acquiring education so that they could play their role in taking the country to the goal of prosperity.
This he said while addressing the prize and awards distribution ceremony organised by Rose Educational Society held at the National Museum Auditorium. The society runs 32 schools in the city.
Earlier, he distributed prizes and awards among the successful students that had achieved prominent positions in their exams and other extracurricular activities. Chairman of the said school Ibrahim Baloch, Director Anwar Bhatti, Muhammad Lasi, Sohail Rahi, Akhtar Baloch and Najma Hassan and large number of students, their parents were present.
Ramzan Chhipa said that Liyari was the area of the city that gave to the country eminent scholars, poets, intellectuals and sportsmen and still tremendous talent was present in the area, which needed to be explored. The teachers should work with dedication to bring that hidden talent to the world and the students should also put their talent at work and play their role in making the country stronger and prosperous.
He lauded the Rose Educational Society for their efforts they had made to run 32 schools with complete success.